Betty Spradlin, Instructor 
Classroom/ Lab/ Office  is in the  Science Lab Building room 106.

This is where I will be most of my time on campus.

Phone: 540-6266

bspradlin@neo.edu


Syllabi are on D2L for all classes


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MICROBIOLOGY 2124

Summer School  2013


Starts  June 3, 2013
Ends   July 25, 2013

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

7:30

   To

8:45

Lecture

Lecture

Lecture

Lecture

8:50

  To

1040

MW

Lab

TR

Lab

MW

Lab

TR

Lab




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Students must have passed the two Prerequisite courses in order to take the class.

The same material covered during the Fall and Spring Semester will be covered in this class. It is very important to have time to study each evening. Taking another class is not advised.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions or concerns.

Betty Spradlin, Instructor of Microbiology and Biology


Medical Technologist and Specialist in Microbiology certified by ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathology).

 
Undergraduate: Georgia Southern State College,
                                  University of Wisconsin Stevens Point: Bachelor of Science in Education
Post Graduate :  University of Wisconsin: Whitewater, University  of Wisconsin: Madison
Technical Training:  St. Johns School of Medical Technology, Tulsa, Oklahoma
MS Vocational Technical Education:  Pittsburg State University
 
Work experience: 10 years as a supervisor of Microbiology in a hospital laboratory.
Currently working for DLO (Diagnostic Laboratory of Oklahoma)at BRHC in Microbiology—assisting with bioterrorism readiness and CAP surveys.

 
Professional Memberships
Laboratory Professional Membership in ASCP
Southwestern Association of Clinical Microbiology
The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS)
Oklahoma Society for Medical Technology (OSMT)